NoMa is a vibrant, mixed-use neighborhood nestled between Union Station, the U.S. Capitol, Shaw, H Street, Union Market and Bloomingdale.
With 100,000+ daily pedestrians, 54,000 office workers and 44,000 residents in the trade area, NoMa is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the District. NoMa has more than 18 million square feet of office, hotel, retail, and residential space. The neighborhood has tripled in density over the last decade and today is home to almost 6,500 new and under construction apartments.
54,000 Office Workers / 7,400 Residents in the BID
- Private sector tenants comprise almost 40% of NoMa’s 13 million square feet of office space.
- An additional 4,000+ new employees are joining NoMa in 2018 with office relocations by the Peace Corps, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Election Commission, and others.
- Tenants of note include Google, NPR, CNN, Mathematica, Sirius XM, NeighborWorks America, The World Resources Institute, The Natl. Association of Counties, National League of Cities and Save the Children.
- Minutes from I-395 and Route 50
- 2 Red Line Metrorail stations including the system’s busiest (Union Station)
- VRE and MARC commuter rails via Union Station
- 8 Capital Bikeshare Stations with miles of bike lanes
- 3 hours to NYC from Union Station
- 1st protected cycle track in DC
A Retail, Restaurant + Entertainment Hub
- Today, NoMa offers 360,000+ SF of shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, and a flagship REI.
- Trader Joe’s, Red Bear Brewing, Carving Room, Buredo, and many other businesses will open their doors in NoMa in 2018.
Parks and Public Spaces
- NoMa’s first new park, Swampoodle Park, is expected to open in spring 2018 and will feature a dog park and children’s playground.
- NoMa is home to the only underpass art parks in DC which feature suspended light installations that are responsive to the surrounding environment.
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*All demographic data is for within 0.5 miles.